Coinage, life well spent. Presented by Geico. Named Forbes highest paid actor in 2016, Dwayne The Rock Johnson is clearly no jabroni. This WWE wrestler turned movie star's career has given him quite the payday. When he started out in the entertainment industry, the actor admits he only had $7 in his pocket. Dwayne's WWE career began in 1996. His wrestling persona of The Rock performed in over 460 matches, 58% of which he won. A bulk of his earnings came from the Fast and the Furious series. Johnson played Luke Hobbs, a secret service agent who tries to take down Vin Diesel's character. The three films Luke Hobbs appeared in made over $2 billion worldwide. His California-based disaster film, San Andreas, received an avalanche worth of dough. Aside from acting, Dwayne also runs his own company, called Seven Bucks Productions. His company worked with HBO and Mark Wahlberg to produce Ballers, 1.6 million people nationwide caught the season two premiere. Seven Bucks Productions will also release the upcoming reboot of Baywatch. With over 78 million Instagram followers and a resume of impressive work, it's clear that everyone can smell what The Rock is cooking. [MUSIC] Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by Geico.